How much money a woman earns in her lifetime depends partially on how sexist people are in the state where she’s born



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If a woman is born in a country with more sexist perspectives, she is more likely to possess a greater gender pay gap throughout adulthood.
She could be more inclined to get married and have her first kid earlier in life.
That’s according to a new study with a group of researchers in the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, and National University of Singapore. 

Take two girls. Both live in New York City.  See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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